Taste the rainbow.
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt turned security guard.
Dwyane Wade's 12-year stay with the Miami Heat could be ending.
Nicklas Lidstrom, one of the NHL's most decorated defensemen and a trailblazing leader, was elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the shrine's seven-member Class of 2015.
The German juggernaut will run into the U.S. wall as the top-ranked nations clash, with a spot in the Women's World Cup final on the line.
The film, which hits theaters July 1, follows 2012's surprise hit with Channing Tatum rejoining the Kings of Tampa, his rogue band of male entertainers.
#AskELJames backfired in terrific style because of course it did.
The former "Saved by the Bell" actress starred as an exotic dancer in the film, which was initially slammed by critics and flopped at the box office.
A documentary about the beloved comedian who died in 1997 opens in theaters next month.
Taste the rainbow.
Just in time for the Fourth of July, the tiny hamsters are back for backyard tradition.
Iran and six world powers ramped up negotiations after accepting they would miss a June 30 deadline for a nuclear deal.
Inboxes are overflowing as political candidates amp up email appeals for cash.
Eurozone stocks, low-rated bonds, and the euro weakened as Greece looked set to default on repayments and plunge deeper into financial crisis.
Nearly 5 million more workers could be eligible for overtime pay, a move that would touch almost every sector of the economy and could face legal challenges.
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The decline comes amid a 42-cent jump recorded over the previous nine weeks.
A number of Cuba initiatives are pending in the Senate, including a bill to remove the travel ban on Americans and rescind the decades-old U.S. economic embargo.
Americans marked Gay Pride Day this year with an extra measure of gusto, turning out en masse at Sunday's festivities in New York and other cities across the U.S.
Iran, the U.S., Russia, China, France, Britain, and Germany are trying to end a more than 12-year standoff over Tehran's nuclear program.